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Gregg County on Sunday again had a double-digital increase in new cases of COVID-19 as officials in Houston called for the city to lock back down area hospitals there strain to accommodate coronavirus patients.
As Gregg County continued its streak Saturday of double-digit increases in COVID-19 cases, state officials reported a record 10,351 new cases.
The first 11 days of July have accounted for more than half of Gregg County’s total COVID-19 cases.
Gregg County saw a rise of 43 new COVID-19 cases on Friday for a new cumulative total of 788, while Smith County saw an increase of 79 new cases.
International students at Wiley College in Marshall appear to be the only East Texas college students potentially affected this fall by a new rule from federal immigration authorities.
Gregg County COVID-19 cases jumped by 50 on Thursday, while recoveries rose by six for active case count of 547.
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